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Oracle® Communications Order and Service Management Installation Guide
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10 Verifying the OSM Installation

This chapter describes how to verify that Oracle Communications Order and Service Management (OSM) is installed correctly.

Checking the State of All Installed Components

You can verify that OSM is installed by checking the state of all installed components in the OSM WebLogic server Administrator console.

To check the state of all installed components:

  1. Log in to the Oracle WebLogic server Console.

  2. In the left pane of the console, expand the Environments node and select Servers.

  3. In the right pane of the console, click the AdminServer(admin) link.

  4. In the tabs, select Deployments and expand oms to verify that all EJBs and modules have been deployed.

  5. Verify that both oms and cartridge_management_ws applications are active.

Verifying the OSM Clients

You can verify that OSM is installed by logging into the Order Management Web client and the Task Web client using the OSM administrator user account. The OSM WebLogic server instance must be running before attempting these procedures.

Some functions and screens provided by these clients are not accessible until you have created and deployed a valid OSM cartridge that includes a role configured with permissions to use these functions and screens. After doing this, you must then assign the role to a workgroup using the OSM Administrator application. For more information, see OSM System Administrator's Guide.

You can also use the following sample OSM cartridges included with Oracle Communications Design Studio:

  • Provisioning Broadband and Order Change Demo contained in the bb_ocm_demo cartridge file.

  • Provisioning View Framework Demo contained in the view_framework_demo cartridge file.

For more information about installing these sample cartridges, configuring roles, setting permissions, and deploying cartridges, see the Design Studio Help.

To log in to the Task Web client:

  1. Access the following URL in your web browser:

    http://host:port/OrderManagement
    

    Where host is the machine where OSM is installed, and port is the server's HTTP port number.

  2. In the User Name field, enter the OSM administrator user name you selected when you installed OSM.

  3. In the Password field, enter the OSM administrator password you selected when you installed OSM.

  4. Click Login.

    Note:

    The New Order, Worklist, and Query tabs are not accessible for the OSM administrator user. The OSM administrator user can access the Reporting, Notification, and Options tabs.

To log in to the Order Management Web client:

  1. Access the following URL in your web browser:

    http://host:port/OrderManagement/orchestration
    

    Where host is the machine where OSM is installed, and port is the server's HTTP port number.

    If the server has been set up for secure connection, enter HTTPS in the URL. Typically, the System Administrator would have the login information.

  2. In the User Name field, enter the OSM administrator user name you selected when you installed OSM.

  3. In the Password field, enter the OSM administrator password you selected when you installed OSM.

  4. Click Login.

    Note:

    You can log into the Order Management Web client, but the administrator user cannot use any functions.

Configuring and Verifying HTTPS Connectivity for OSM Client Browsers

To configure and verify HTTPS connectivity for OSM client browsers:

Note:

The following procedure assumes that you have completed the steps described in "Setting up Secure HTTPS Connections".
  1. Using Internet Explorer, enter the URL for the Order Management Web client.

    https://host:sslport/OrderManagement
    

    Where host is the machine where OSM is installed, and sslport is the server's HTTPS port number. The host and sslport can also be the hostname and SSL secure port of a hardware or software load balancer, for example, if you have set up and configured the Oracle HTTP Server software load balancer.

  2. Click Continue to this website (not recommended).

  3. Click Certificate Error.

  4. Click View Certificates.

  5. Select the root certificate authority.

  6. Click Install Certificate.

  7. Click Next.

  8. Select Place all certificates in the following store.

  9. Choose Trusted Root Certification Authorities.

  10. Click OK.

  11. Click Yes.

  12. Select the intermediate certificate authority.

  13. Click Install Certificate.

  14. Import the intermediate certificate into the Intermediate Certification Authorities.

  15. Click OK.

  16. Click Yes.

  17. Close the Internet Explorer browser.

  18. Open the Internet Explorer browser. There should be no certificate errors.